Schenna (Scena), near Meran (Merano), South Tyrol, Italy (Copyright © 2010 Hendrik Böttger /


The Berglauf Schenna - Meran 2000 (Italian: Corsa in Montagna Scena - Merano 2000) is a highly-demanding uphill mountain running race held in Italy's amazingly-beautiful autonomous alpine province of South Tyrol (German: Südtirol; Italian: Alto Adige) where German is the most widely spoken language.

Starting in the village of Schenna (Italian: Scena; pictured) and finishing in the ski area of Meran 2000, the race features 1,300 metres of ascent over a 10-kilometre course.

The first part of the route is on asphalt roads but most of the race is run on gravel roads, trails and ski slopes.

Many international elite mountain runners have taken part in the event.

As far as we know, this Berglauf was last held in September 2016.

(Last update: May 2019)


10. Berglauf Schenna - Meran 2000:


  • 4 September 2016 (Sunday)

Number of finishers 2016:

  • 88 runners

Event website:



Map of the venue:


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